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A federal district court in California has rejected an insurer’s motion to dismiss a bad faith claim on the basis that it was providing a defense, ruling that the contention that a bad-faith-breach claim must be predicated upon a breach of the insurance contract was “erroneous as a matter of California substantive law.” 

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